Srimanasi (Mani) Javvaji, MD

Srimanasi (Mani) Javvaji, MD Board-Certified Dermatologist
Fellowship Trained Mohs Surgeon
Fellowship Trained Vein Specialist

Dr. Srimanasi (Mani) Javvaji recently joined the Plano practice, following her fellowship at the Scripps Clinic in La Jolla, California.

Dr. Javvaji grew up in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and attended the University of Missouri-Kansas City for its combined bachelor’s and medical degree program, graduating as a Bachelor of Liberal Arts and a Doctor of Medicine. She completed her internship at Saint Joseph Hospital in Chicago.

Dr. Javvaji completed her dermatology residency at New York Presbyterian-Columbia University Medical Center in New York City. She then completed a fellowship in procedural dermatology, Mohs Micrographic surgery and dermatologic oncology at the Scripps Clinic in La Jolla.

She has authored and co-authored several publications and presentations and has been recognized for her work in her residency and preceptorships. In addition to Mohs surgery, Dr. Javvaji is particularly interested in vein procedures, including treatment of varicose veins, chronic venous disease, and spider veins.

“During my dermatology training, I was always astounded and humbled by the beauty of Mohs surgery and its ability to cure patients of skin cancer,” she says. “Mohs surgery not only gives me the ability to get to know and help an amazing patient population, but it also allows me to use my innate technical and artistic abilities in skin surgery to treat cutaneous cancers.”

Dr. Javvaji loves her work because of the people she meets every day. “It is a privilege to care for my patients, and they are the reason my job doesn’t seem like work,” she says.

Dr. Javvaji has gravitated toward the Dallas area since she was a child and is thrilled to land here after living all over the United States. She’s a documentary fan and a wine enthusiast who also enjoys learning languages (she’s proficient in Spanish), painting, travel and Indian dance.